Unnamed Flora

DSCN0905  Smells SO GOOD
Heavenly scented
**UPDATED 3/2015 : The flowering shrub pictured above is the Syringa, or Mock Orange shrub.

Both photos were taken at Syringa Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada.


Purple trumpets fill the forest with glorious silence.

About Karen (formerly kcinnova)

I'm a 50yo former SAHM of 4 boys, happily married for 28 years. For 21 of those years, he was a soldier in the US Army. I've lived in 4 states and traveled all over the US and part of Europe. Now that my husband is retired, we are in a new chapter of life: he is the one preparing supper and I am working part-time as a church administrator. I enjoy photography, writing, crafting, hiking, camping and --most of all-- family time with my incredible menfolk. "Girl time" with friends keeps me sane. Jesus keeps me grounded.
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7 Responses to Unnamed Flora

  1. Smalltown Me says:

    Oh, purple, my love.

  2. thesmittenimage says:

    I love the concept of gloriously silent trumpets. And purple at that. Lovely.

  3. Anita says:

    Purple trumpets – perfectly named because that’s what I see.
    Happy Summer!

  4. beautiful! (I’m catching up on blog reading. sorry to have missed so much going on here.)

  5. blogthismom says:

    My two very favorite colors for flora by any name. XO

  6. Joanne says:

    Very nice flowers.

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